Brett Anderson expected to make his next start.
Anderson reported significant improvement this morning. Taking MRI right now.
CBS Sports Fantasy News "Dodgers starter Brett Anderson had an MRI on Wednesday which revealed minor inflammation of his Achilles. Anderson left his start on Tuesday after suffering the injury in the third inning. " July 22
MLB.com "Rockies left-handed pitcher Brett Anderson will undergo surgery to repair a disk in his lower back Thursday in Phoenix, head athletic trainer Keith Dugger said Monday. Anderson left an Aug. 5 start against the Cubs after three innings with back pain, and the issue did not improve with rest and..." August 12
Denver Post "Help can be seen on the not-so-far horizon. Injured Rockies starting pitchers Brett Anderson and Tyler Chatwood are making significant strides toward returning, possibly before the all-star break. Anderson, a lefty, had the surgically implanted pins removed from his left index finger..." May 28
Sources: Yankees among many teams showing interest in A's starter Brett Anderson. A's likely to deal him at Winter Meetings.
Oakland is said to be working through Brett Anderson trade possibilities; Seattle and Cleveland are among the interested teams.
CBS Sports "A's lefthander Brett Anderson, the team's Opening Day starter in 2013, could become available in trade. Whether Anderson is ultimately traded may depend on whether the A's are able to re-sign Bartolo Colon. Oakland is aiming to make a one-year deal with Colon, who turned out to be the ace of..." November 12
Hardball Talk "Oakland is stocked with good young starting pitching. Which makes Brett Anderson — who finished the year in the bullpen — a potential trade candidate this winter. Anderson carries an $8 million club option for 2014. Here’s the San Francisco Chronicle‘s Susan Slusser: It’s possible that the A’s..." October 20
Anderson unlikely to join rotation again this year. Says Melvin "At this point he looks to just be a bullpen guy."
San Francisco Chronicle "Opening Night-starter-turned-reliever Brett Anderson got his first taste of coming in to work in a tight game Monday his second appearance out of the bullpen since coming off the disabled list. Anderson gave up a hit and a walk struck out two and got one double-play ball. So what is the plan..." September 03
Melvin: "We're going to have a tough time starting Brett at this point." Expect Anderson to be activated in Detroit pitch out of bullpen.
Anderson to make another start Thursday location TBD. After that Melvin said it's possible he could rejoin team.
Anderson threw 31 pitches in two inning simulated game yesterday and he'll have another on Saturday. #Athletics
Anderson threw a 57-pitch bullpen today. Again no issues. Nothing set in stone but have to think rehab assignment begins within a week.
Brett Anderson threw 25-35 pitch bullpen and it went well.
San Francisco Chronicle "The A’s just announced that Brett Anderson has a stress fracture in his right foot and will be re-evaluated again in four weeks, which means he will be out closer to two months, or maybe more, because obviously he will have to go through rehab and build his innings back up. Anderson told me the..." May 17
Oakland Tribune "A's pitcher Brett Anderson is still feeling soreness in his sprained right ankle and won't be activated from the disabled list when he becomes eligible Thursday. There was hope that he could start Friday's game against the Kansas City Royals, but after testing the ankle Tuesday, Anderson..." May 16
CSN Bay Area "The A’s went their separate ways to enjoy a much-needed day off Thursday, but there’s an issue waiting for them when they get back. Brett Anderson won’t return anytime soon because of a nagging ankle injury, and the A’s need to identify a suitable replacement for him in the starting..." May 16
Brett Anderson can still feel that troublesome ankle; he's not sure when he will come off DL to start. #Athletics
Anderson says he had no issue with ankle yesterday. He'll test it out today but already feels he'll be ready to make next start with A's.
In non-replay news, Melvin says Brett Anderson will get rehab start on Sunday, likely to rejoin rotation following Fri. if all goes well.
CSN Bay Area "The A’s announced today they have placed outfielder Coco Crisp on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 30 with a strained left hamstring and added left-handed pitcher Brett Anderson to the 15-day DL effective today with a sprained right ankle. To fill their roster spots, the club have..." May 01
MLB.com "Outfielder Yoenis Cespedes participated in batting practice on Monday for the first time since hitting the disabled list, his injured left hand appearing to be no issue. That's an extremely encouraging sight for the A's, who expect Cespedes to continue taking swings in Boston before beginning a..." April 22
Brett Anderson is better today, increasing chances he makes his next start, but #Athletics won't know for sure until tomorrow.
Oakland Tribune "A's pitcher Brett Anderson suffered a strained right trapezius muscle after just eight pitches Sunday when he tried to cover third base on an error and collided awkwardly with Arizona Diamondbacks baserunner Adam Eaton. The 25-year-old left-hander said he came out of the game for precautionary..." March 11
San Francisco Chronicle "Much like Brett Anderson himself, the news Thursday that he will be Oakland's Opening Day starter was low-key. It has been evident since Brandon McCarthy left as a free agent that Anderson, 25, would be the A's top starter this season, particularly considering how well he performed after..." March 01
San Jose Mercury News "The biggest open secret in A's camp is a secret no more. Brett Anderson will be the A's opening day starter, and as his reward the left-hander gets a Game 1 matchup with Seattle ace Felix Hernandez April 1 in the Coliseum. Anderson has known about it for a couple of days, and all of the..." February 28
San Francisco Chronicle "At this point last year, Brett Anderson was rehabbing from Tommy John surgery, but was something of an afterthought - Manny Ramirez even mistook him for the A's video coordinator. This season, Anderson is front and center. The left-hander, still only 25, is one of the best young starters in the..." February 12